It most certainly does work the way I've described. Why do you think I posted?I was thinking the same thing. Someone saying they could come by to resolve the issue for a fee.
Lo-Jack just doesn't work the way that has been described here. It emits NO signal to the police unless the vehicle has been reported stolen and a signal sent out to activate the Lo-Jack device in the car. Then, it sends a signal out every 30 seconds (as I recall) with an alphanumeric code that a law enforcement receiver can capture and then run via SVS to determine what vehicle that code belongs to. But, the code is attached to a vehicle already entered into SVS, it's not some random "I'm a stolen car" code!
I also never said anything about a fee.
My emails and phone calls are very clearly legit from Lo/Jack.